Apparently its not a Young Adult series, but it definitely reads like one, if not worse. Only reason crap like this and Disney's other SW novels get slapped with the Adult label rather than YA is because the "Adult" ones have BBQ queergenders, mentions of too much blood or say fuck and shit a lot. That's literally the only thing keeping them from being marked YA.The rise of YA has a lot to do with it. Go over to the YABookgate thread for a sampling. It's really not "Young Adult;" it's written by and for 20-40something dangerhairs and wine moms. It pushes Sturgeon's Law from 90% to something more like Ivory Soap. And it's fucking all some of these people read or do, because it's undemanding and pushes fashionable social causes.
I don't know if Chuck's stuff is considered YA, but it operates on the same literary and intellectual level, because the man is incapable of writing like a mature adult.
This one ain't from Wendig's shit, but its almost as tacky and only got a pass because TheMarySue got a boner for it.
These ones are from Wendig though.
Only reason this shit gets any good ratings is because of idiots like this only interested in fighting woke crusades over a fucking media franchise.
Such helpful sheep fighting the "good cause" while completely unaware that their precious woke token characters exist only to deflect criticism, much like Daisy Ridley and Boyega served as good "sexism and racism" shields. It also doesn't help that almost every big youtuber shilled the fuck out of it by not addressing how shit the book actually was but by trying to force the cringeworthy Mr. Bones character as the next big meme.
So you haven't read the literary crime that is Wendig's scribbles? If you ever wish to share in the suffering, please let me know. My door is always open.I bet Chuck's books are so bad, you can't even use the pages to wipe your ass without receiving severe paper cuts.
It's not even by accident, they know that by choosing the most coarse sandpaper like quality, they manage to take away even that from the reader.